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cargo liner

[′kär·gō ‚līn·ər]
(naval architecture)
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A scale model of the Agamemnon, the world's first longdistance cargo liner, is among items made and collected by William Elston, who was a member of the ship's first crew.
BARNESMORE: a scale 1:48 builder's model of the cargo liner at the Maritime Museum
The McAndrews Line was bought by the French company CMA CGM, the world's third largest cargo liner company.
VESSEL: A model of the twin screw steamer Colombia, a PSNC coastal passenger and cargo liner PH110110DMARITIME-6
One is a superbly-detailed model of the cargo liner Malancha, built in 1918 for the Brock le bank Line.
One of the shipswhich fell victim of the growth of air travelwas the 13,345-ton cargo liner Media, the first ship to be built for Cunard afterWorld War II.
Oldsmobile will send a cargo liner tray and a personal letter to each new Bravada owner.
Mary made the trip on the Booth Line passenger cargo liner Hilary with her mother and sister.
Exhibits included a scale model of the Agamemnon -the world's first long-distance cargo liner -and an interview with a crew member who settled in Liverpool in the 1940s after arriving from Beijing.
THE world's first long-distance cargo liner is celebrated in a new exhibition opening at the Merseyside Maritime Museum today.
During the four-day period, customers can also get 20% off all Genuine and Approved Vauxhall Accessories, including a vast array of equipment such as satnavs, iPhone/ iPad cradles and cargo liners, when they purchase a new car or van.
During the four-day period, customers can also get 20% off all genuine and approved Vauxhall accessories, including a vast array of equipment such as sat navs, iPhone/iPad cradles and cargo liners, when they purchase a new car or van.